03 January, 2017
Because of this, the production cuts are expected to be focused on the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. Indeed, Nikkei reported that a shortage of camera sensors has curbed Apple's ability to meet demand for the iPhone 7, which has two rear cameras in addition to the front shooter. Hence, if the Cupertino company indeed intends on implementing such a desirable display in its 2017 iPhone model, then the upcoming iPhone 8 will easily sport the best-looking display screen ever witnessed on an Apple-manufactured smartphone. Now it looks like the company is taking it a step further and rolling out its to date. Now, Samsung is the exclusive manufacturer of AMOLED displays.
Last week, Jordan broke down every rumor we've heard concerning the iPhone 8.
The two iPhones, which were released in September a year ago, faced criticism at their launch for being only an incremental improvement on previous models. The company has roped in its rival, Samsung to manufacture AMOLED panels for the new iPhone series, according to a report from DigiTimes, which cites Taiwan-based supply sources.
Apple to come with 5.8-inch iPhone in 2017
Apple did not immediately respond to a request for comment on the report. The global shipment of the 5.8-inch iPhone 8 is estimated to be at 60-70 million units. Interestingly, Ming-Chi Kuo has tipped the tech giant to incorporate OLED technology in at least one of these upcoming variants of the iPhone 8.
According to the report in Korean media, Apple has placed an order for Samsung to produce curved plastic OLED displays in millions.
Apple iPhone 8 will be the tenth anniversary iPhone from the company; the first iPhone was introduced in 2007. It was the industry's fastest growth rate for a year, and the firm expected a higher growth rate for the rest of 2016 than originally forecast. The iPhone 8 is speculated to have "all curve" display, which is similar to the dual curved 5.5-inch Galaxy S7 Edge.
Man United boss Jose Mourinho: My thoughts on West Ham's red card
He said: "I don't like to be happy in defeat and to be proud despite losing points but sometimes it is time for that. And Bilic claimed Dean had been conned by Jones, saying: "I was very surprised by the red card".
Pakistan releases 220 Indian fishermen on Christmas Day
Family members of Pakistani fishermen arrested by Indian authorities protest in Karachi on Saturday, demanding their release. Officials in Karachi said the freed Indians will be sent to the eastern city of Lahore by buses.
Atlanta Falcons lead Carolina Panthers, 20-3 at Halftime
If Tampa Bay wins, the Falcons can still clinch the division if the Lions lose to the Cowboys on Monday Night. But he also got a personal foul for taking a swing at a Falcons player that could have gotten him ejected.